An Introduction to GP and GP Nurse Fellowships
Nov 25th, 2020 by primarycareknowledgeboost
Primary Care Knowledge Boost has teamed up with the Greater Manchester GP and GP Nurse Fellowship schemes as well as the Additional roles in General Practice scheme to incorporate episodes related to these topics into our schedule.
Here to explain what fellowships are is GP and GM training hub Clinical Lead Dr Gill Tonge. It was really interesting to hear the thinking behind the fellowships and hear the aims of supporting doctors and nurses after the first year of qualifying. The content is free and relevant to all in primary care and will include episodes on remote working, practice management skills, leadership and quality improvement.
Greater Manchester Training Hub (Application for Fellowships): https://www.gmthub.co.uk/
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